New Travel Credit Cards Add to the Mix
It's time to evaluate your wallet--are your credit cards performing the way you expect?
Tips for College Grads Creating their First Real-World Budget
Many students are graduating with some extra baggage—to the tune of $28,000 in student loans. Grads need to detail their income and spending to avoid falling into debt and making sure they have enough to make ends meet.
One Reactor at Calvert Cliffs Nuclear Plant in Maryland Closed -Baltimore Sun
One of two nuclear reactors at the Calvert Cliffs power plant in Maryland was shut down by its operator after a control rod fell into the reactor core and power generation was affected, The Baltimore Sun reported Monday citing a spokesman at the plant.
Apple Rests Its Case Against Samsung; Samsung to Begin Its Arguments
SAN JOSE, Calif.--Apple Inc. (AAPL) rested its case against Samsung Electronics Co. (005930, SSNHY) following testimony focusing on talks between the companies and calculations for how much Samsung should pay if found to infringe Apple patents.
MOL Net Profits Took Major Hit in 2Q
Hungarian energy group MOL Nyrt. (MOL.BU) saw a massive drop in its second-quarter net earnings on the year, a situation the company pledges to address through extensive reorganizations, MOL's newly published earnings report shows. MAIN FACTS: -MOL registered net profit of 700 million forints ($3.1
Colombia Stocks Decline on Bancolombia; Peso Weakens vs Dollar
Colombian stocks fell Monday as investors continued to sell shares of financial institution Bancolombia (BCOLOMBIA.BO, CIB).
Kodak Extends Deadline for Patent Auction
Bankrupt photo giant Eastman Kodak extended its patent auction on Monday, saying it would not yet announce a winner because discussions with bidders were still going.
Peregrine Chief Wasendorf Indicted On 31 Counts
Russell Wasendorf Sr., who headed the bankrupt Peregrine Financial Group, was indicted on 31 counts of lying to regulators, according to media reports late Monday.
Wasendorf Indicted for Lying to Regulators
Russell Wasendorf Sr., the CEO of failed brokerage Peregrine Financial Group, was indicted on Monday on charges of making false statements to regulators.
DaVita to Offer $1 Billion in New Debt to Fund HealthCare Deal
Kidney-care company DaVita Inc. (DVA) said it plans to offer $1 billion in new debt to fund its roughly $4.42 billion deal for doctor group HealthCare Partners LLC.